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Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen (REMOSS) 3

10 juin 2017, Sheffield

The University of Sheffield

The annual conference of the Representation of Early Music on Stage and Screen study group (REMOSS), now in its third year, invites abstracts on any topic looking at the way that the past is represented musically in stage and screen media. The group is hosted by Birmingham Conservatoire and is a collective of scholars and artists interested in how the musical past is evoked or reimagined in novel and exciting ways. Topics at our recent conferences and roundtables have ranged from contemporary British Opera, to historical drama on TV, to high-fantasy videogame. We would be especially interested to hear from scholars investigating topics related to:

Musical identities: nation, culture, gender

Interactions between folk and early music

Early music in opera

Early music and videogame

Representations of musical space/s in the Middle Ages

Medievalism and neomedievalism

Historically informed performance in popular culture

However, anything relating to early music on stage and screen media more broadly is welcomed and will be considered.

Abstracts of c.250 words should be sent, along with contact details, to James Cook ( by Friday 27 January.

For those wishing to get a feel for the kinds of topics and approaches we work with, please consider logging on to our next 'e-roundtable', which is due to take place on Friday 13 January 2017 3–5.30pm (UK-time). If you wish to attend, please contact Adam Whittaker ( for instructions to access our study group resource page. Also, keep an eye out for our forthcoming book Recomposing the Past: Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen (Routledge, 2017) – hopefully the first of many publications from the REMOSS group.

We look forward to hearing from you.
Dr Adam Whittaker (Birmingham City University)
Dr James Cook (University of Sheffield)
Dr Alexander Kolassa (University of Nottingham)
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